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BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 22, 2020

John Lennon killer says sorry for 'despicable act'
Mark Chapman has apologised to the late Beatle's widow, Yoko Ono, for his murder in 1980.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 22, 2020

Jackie Stallone, mother to actor Sylvester, dies at 98
"She was a very eccentric and flamboyant person," writes her son Frank in tribute to the 98-year-old.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 22, 2020

Coronavirus: Swann criticises Sir Van in Rolling Stone magazine
The NI Health Minister tells the world famous magazine "he's no guru, no teacher".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Ava Max: 'I need to make it, no matter what'
The pop star talks about her 14-year quest for fame, and the determination that kept her going.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Helena Bonham Carter and Millie Bobby Brown on Enola Holmes
Stranger Things star plays Sherlock's sister in Enola Holmes alongside Helena Bonham Carter.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Sam McBratney: Guess How Much I Love You author dies
The Belfast-born author is best known for the children's classic book about two nutbrown hares.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Schitt's Creek 'normalises LGBTQ relationships'
The Canadian show won nine Emmys, but for its fans, it's special for more than its awards.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Ellen DeGeneres: Humbled host returns to TV with apology and admission
The TV host opens the new series of her talk show by addressing allegations of a toxic workplace.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Michael Lonsdale, who played James Bond villain in Moonraker, dies aged 89
The British-French star played Hugo Drax opposite Roger Moore's 007 in the 1979 film Moonraker.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Salford's Lowry theatre to stage real-life legal dramas as makeshift court
A deal for The Lowry in Salford to become a makeshift courthouse will fund the venue's stage shows.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

China military PR film mocked over 'Hollywood clips'
Social media users say the air force's promotional video used scenes from Transformers and The Rock.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Schitt's Creek wins nine awards at the Emmys
The ceremony went ahead despite the coronavirus pandemic, with all the nominees watching from home.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Watch highlights from the ceremony
The ceremony went ahead despite the coronavirus pandemic, with all the nominees watching from home.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Social media 'a blessing and a curse' for Little Mix
The band say the pressures associated with an online presence can be harmful to young people's mental health.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Zendaya makes Emmys history and sends message of 'hope in young people'
The actress beat the likes of Olivia Colman to her Emmy win, breaking a record in the process.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Hunt continues for James Bond guns stolen in raid
The Walther PPK handgun used in A View to Kill was one of the four deactivated weapons stolen.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Dancing on Ice 2021: Myleene Klass announced as first celebrity skater
ITV confirms its first celebrity skater for next year's programme, won last time by Joe Swash.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Nomadland in Oscars contention after Toronto and Venice film festival wins
Frances McDormand's drama adds Toronto's top prize to the Golden Lion it won in Venice last week.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

The Emotions star Pamela Hutchinson, who sang Best Of My Love, dies
The Emotions star had been suffering health problems for several years, her family say.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Friends stars reunite and 6 other highlights from the 'Pandemmys'
Monica, Rachel and Phoebe's reunion delighted fans during the virtual Emmys ceremony.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 21, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Seven highlights from the ceremony
Monica, Rachel and Phoebe's reunion just about broke the internet during the virtual Emmys ceremony.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Schitt's Creek and Succession win big
Eugene Levy and Zendaya are among the big acting winners at the Covid-conscious ceremony.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Succession and Schitt's Creek win big
Zendaya, Jeremy Strong, Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara are among the big acting winners.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Schitt's Creek and Succession sweep the awards
Eugene Levy and Zendaya are among the big acting winners at the Covid-conscious ceremony.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Succession: What's the big deal about the Emmy-winning drama?
The HBO drama loved by critics won big at the Emmy Awards on Sunday night.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Who won what?
A rundown of the biggest shows and stars competing for the biggest awards in US TV in September.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: The key winners and nominees
A rundown of the biggest shows and stars competing for the biggest awards in US TV in September.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: The winners and nominees
A rundown of the biggest shows and stars competing for the biggest awards in US TV in September.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Schitt's Creek wins big at virtual ceremony
Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara are among the early winners at this year's virtual ceremony.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 20, 2020

Lee Kerslake: Former Ozzy Osbourne and Uriah Heep drummer dies aged 73
The musician, who was also part of heavy metal band Uriah Heep, had been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 19, 2020

Emmy Awards 2020: Stars prepare to dial in for virtual ceremony
Nominated actors will have someone waiting outside their home to hand over an award if they win.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 19, 2020

What to expect from the 2020 Emmy Awards
Nominated actors will have someone waiting outside their home to hand over an award if they win.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 19, 2020

The film within a film that tries to save lives
I Made This For You is a film about a group of friends trying to stop someone from taking their own life.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 19, 2020

Edition of Shakespeare's last play found in Scots college in Spain
A rare edition of The Two Noble Kinsmen was found in a volume dating from 1634.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

Danny Masterson: That '70s Show star denies rape charges, his lawyer says
The actor's lawyer dismisses the charges as politically motivated at a court hearing in Los Angeles.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

Danny Masterson: That '70s Show star's lawyer denies rape charges in court
The actor's lawyer dismisses the charges as politically motivated at a court hearing in Los Angeles.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

'We had to find a way of getting open' - launching a music venue in a pandemic
"This is a moment when we're needed more than ever, so we just had to find a way of getting open."

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

Alex Scott thanks fans for support after online abuse
The former footballer has been tipped as the new presenter of BBC One's A Question of Sport.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

Who is Tatiana Maslany, the new star of She-Hulk?
The Emmy-winning Orphan Black star will play the cousin of Bruce Banner in the upcoming series.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

'Bonkers' reaction to Scottish store's Taylor Swift signed CD surprise
The record store has a "bonkers" day after a surprise delivery of CDs signed by the superstar.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

Harvey Weinstein: Jailed movie producer stripped of honorary CBE
The disgraced film mogul, jailed this year for rape and sexual assault, received the honour in 2004.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

Jo Malone denounces her former brand's John Boyega decision
The British perfumer says removing actor John Boyega from his own advert was "utterly despicable".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 18, 2020

Forrest Gump author Winston Groom dies aged 77
His book was made into the hugely successful Oscar-winning 1994 film starring Tom Hanks.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Alicia Keys: 'I felt I was from another planet'
The R&B star on feeling like an "outsider", police brutality and the advice she gave Billie Eilish.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

How the Kanneh-Masons hope to demystify classical music
The siblings on making their first group album with help from Michael Morpurgo and Olivia Colman.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Fall Out Boy and Linkin Park roadies start own band
They've worked with some of the biggest artists on the planet, but now they're going solo.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Taylor Swift, Fall Out Boy and Linkin Park roadies start own band
They've worked with some of the biggest artists on the planet, but now they're going solo.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Van Morrison protests against lockdown in new songs
The musician attacks the government and "scientists making up crooked facts" in his latest music.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Van Morrison to release lockdown protest songs
The musician attacks the government and "scientists making up crooked facts" in his latest music.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

How photographers track down stolen pictures
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

'They used my picture and I should've got paid for it'
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Cheer star Jerry Harris charged with producing child sex images
Prosecutors say Jerry Harris enticed an underage boy to produce sexually explicit videos and photos.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Coronavirus: Newcastle's socially distanced gigs called off
The cancellation follows the announcement of tighter restrictions in the North East.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

National Theatre to reopen with pantomime and transformed stage
Pantomime is to also return to the London venue for the first time since 1983.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Pinewood Studios to create film-inspired visitor attraction
The world famous film complex says it is the "right moment" to plan for a visitor experience.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Britain's Got Talent: Ofcom will not investigate Diversity performance
The dance troupe's BLM-inspired performance on BGT received 24,500 complaints.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Giant George Michael mural unveiled in Kingsbury
The nine-metre high piece celebrates the singer as a pioneering cultural and LGBTQ figure, artist says.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Des: 'Nuanced' Dennis Nilsen drama impresses critics and viewers
The ITV series' last episode draws high praise, despite cavils over the amount of on-screen smoking.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Banksy loses battle with greetings card firm over 'flower bomber' trademark
The elusive artist was "inconsistent with honest practices" in the case, EU authorities say.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Drive-in Car Park Panto to tour UK (Oh yes it is!)
Fans of the festival favourite can watch it from inside their vehicles, instead of a theatre.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Kanye posts photos of his record deal amid dispute
The star says he won't release new music until he is released from his recording contract.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Presidential candidates and their favourite movies
Tom Brook has been exploring the candidates movie preferences and what they may signify.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Nudes wear masks in Spencer Tunick installation
Volunteers strip (nearly) naked, for a socially distanced art installation at Alexandra Palace.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 17, 2020

Strictly Come Dancing: BBC defends same-sex pairing following complaints
The corporation says Strictly is "an inclusive show" after receiving complaints from some viewers.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

Unknown east London schoolgirl actresses on 'life-changing' film Rocks
The novice stars of this gritty tale of female friendship applaud its focus on diversity in film.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

How Rocks movie stars went from classroom to big screen
The novice stars of this gritty tale of female friendship applaud its focus on diversity in film.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

Indian sculptures stolen 40 years ago to be returned
The three bronze idols will taken back to India after one was spotted on sale in the UK.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

Notorious B.I.G. crown and Tupac love letters sold at auction
It was auction house Sotheby's first-ever auction dedicated to hip-hop items.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

Anthony Hopkins and Kate Winslet honoured at Toronto Film Festival
The stars pay tribute to health workers as they are honoured remotely by the Canadian film festival.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

Scorsese, Hopkins and Winslet among Toronto highlights
The stars pay tribute to health workers as they are honoured remotely by the Canadian film festival.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

Stars pay tribute to frontline health workers
The stars pay tribute to health workers as they are honoured remotely by the Canadian film festival.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

Blues singer Lady A sues Lady A, the band, for copyright infringement
Seattle blues singer Lady A is counter-suing the band Lady A, formerly Lady Antebellum, for damages.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 16, 2020

Cardi B files for divorce from Offset
The New York rapper says her relationship with the Migos star is "irretrievably broken".

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

Full circuit: Round-Britain photographer Quintin Lake's epic journey
Photographer Quintin Lake completes his walk, five years and 10,000km on.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

Kim Kardashian West joins Facebook and Instagram boycott
Dozens of celebrities announce they will freeze their accounts to protest against hate speech.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

Madonna to direct film of her own life story
The pop star is also co-writing the script with Oscar-winner Diablo Cody.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

Nandi Bushell: Dave Grohl pens song for 10-year-old drummer
The Foo Fighters frontman responds to Nandi Bushell's drum battle challenge with a song about her.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

Booker Prize 2020: Four debuts make shortlist as Hilary Mantel misses out
Four debut novels are on the Booker Prize shortlist, but two-time winner Hilary Mantel misses out.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

BBC star salaries: Gary Lineker takes pay cut as Zoe Ball shoots up list
The Match of the Day host may earn less than Radio 2's Zoe Ball, whose pay has shot up by £1m.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

Tiger King: New ad demands answers about Carole Baskin's missing ex
An advert asking for information on the star's ex-husband was shown during Dancing With The Stars.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

John Boyega resigns from Jo Malone ambassador role over Chinese ad
The Star Wars actor made a personal video in London, but he was replaced for the Chinese market.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 15, 2020

Liam Neeson says £33m NI arts funding 'a lifeline'
The actor says the support is needed to help secure the livelihoods of almost 8,000 people.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

Great British Bake Off: 2020 contestants revealed
A Samaritan, a student, and a pantomime producer are in the mix for this year's securely-made event.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

The Nigerian filmmakers risking jail with lesbian movie Ife
The film board in Nigeria, where same-sex relationships are banned, says the film violates strict laws on homosexuality.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

Spot the difference: John Boyega gets ad change apology
Jo Malone London reshot a John Boyega advert he made for them with a Chinese actor for the Chinese market.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

Teacher 'overwhelmed' since Who Wants To Be A Millionaire win
Don Fear became the first person to win the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire jackpot in 14 years.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

Barbara Jefford: Leading classical actress dies aged 90
She earned acclaim at the RSC, National Theatre and Old Vic during her seven-decade career.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

Diversity's Ashley Banjo says Britain's Got Talent critics are 'the minority'
Ashley Banjo says the dance troupe have received "overwhelming" support as well as complaints.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

John Boyega: Perfume brand Jo Malone 'deeply apologises' over ad cut
Jo Malone re-shot the Star Wars actor's own aftershave advert for the Chinese market.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

John Boyega: Perfume brand Jo Malone London 'deeply apologises' over ad cut
Jo Malone London re-shot the Star Wars actor's own aftershave advert for the Chinese market.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 14, 2020

West End musicals: Socially-distanced shows reveal reopening plans
Everybody's Talking About Jamie and Six will be the first musicals back in the West End in November.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 13, 2020

Criminal Records: Singer creates label for jailhouse Scots
Jill Brown says the new label will give "a voice" to musically-minded inmates at HMP Barlinnie.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 13, 2020

David Tennant says TV drama Des 'does not celebrate' killer Dennis Nilsen
The actor explains why he played the notorious mass murderer as "boring" in a new TV drama.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 13, 2020

Sue Barker leaving BBC's A Question of Sport after 24 years
Team captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell will also depart the long-running BBC sports quiz show.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 13, 2020

BBC Proms 2020 - in 90 seconds
It's been a very different Proms season this year. Here are some of the highlights.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 13, 2020

Sue Barker leaving BBC's A Question of Sport
Team captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell will also depart the long-running sports quiz show.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 12, 2020

Sue Barker leaving BBC's A Question of Sport show
Team captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell will also depart the long-running sports quiz show.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 12, 2020

Brian Cox and Adele's producer Paul Epworth discuss music and the cosmos
How do physics and space travel inspire musicians? Award-winning producer Paul Epworth finds out.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 12, 2020

US film Nomadland triumphs at Venice Film Festival
The festival was the first such event held with live audiences since the start of Covid-19 outbreak.

BBC Entertainment & Arts
Sep 12, 2020

Proms come to close following Rule, Britannia! row
After a public row the songs Rule, Britannia! and Land Of Hope And Glory were sung by a small choir.

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